2018-07-18

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Increase in Share Program



HOUSTON – ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) announced a 50 percent increase in its planned 2018 share repurchase program, from $2 billion to $3 billion. The … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Prather Joins CNB&T Team



Natalie Prather Community National Bank & Trust is proud to announce Natalie Prather has joined the CNB&T team in Ponca City. Natalie is a Pon… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Area Calendar 2018-07-17



Every Day Principles Before Personalities, Narcotics Anonymous, 7 p.m., Harmony House upstairs (use south entrance by parking lot). Twice a Month Friday or Saturday Christian Singles Group meets twice a month, for more information on time and place, call 763-5945 or 762-1295. Every Sunday Flea Market At VFW, 6 a.m.-2 p.m., VFW Post, 3001 East Prospect, Ponca City, Vendor Spaces […]

No Sporting Event Has More Tradition Than Wimbledon



By DAVID MILLER News Sports Writer During the past couple of weeks much of the attention of sports enthusiasts has been focused on Wimbledon and rightfully so, because this tennis tournament is one of the greatest sports spectacles to be staged each year. I have followed Wimbledon somewhat obliquely over the years, mainly because tennis is not in the same […]

SSLqAugust: Osage County’ To Open Thursday Night at Ponca Playhouse



The Ponca Playhouse will be present the play “August: Osage County,” a Pulitzer-Prize-winning play that features 13 characters, numerous storylines running parallel to one another and enough family dysfunction and drama to fill a season of reality-based television. The play will open on Thursday, July 19 and have performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with a 2 […]

Significant Women in Oklahoma Agriculture Highlights Cleveland County’s Jill Stichler



By BETTY THOMPSON OK Dept. of Agriculture SLAUGHTERVILLE—Tucked away just a few miles east of I-35 in Cleveland County, is a small slice of paradise. Willow trees frame a peaceful pond, birds sing from their branches, and sunlight illuminates grapevines that stretch across four acres. For Jill Stichler, it is a beautiful utopia created by a labor of love. “I […]

Otoe-Missouria Summer Encampment Readies



By HEATHER PAYNE Otoe-Missouria Public Information Office RED ROCK — On Thursday, July 19 the Otoe-Missouria people will gather at their historic powwow grounds in Red Rock for the 137th Annual Otoe-Missouria Summer Encampment. This four-day powwow, draws large crowds to the small north central Oklahoma reservation located 27 miles North of Stillwater. It is the largest gathering of Otoe-Missouria […]

Staying Cool When It Is Hot



As we are well into the “Dog Days of Summer,” that period of time when Sirius, the Dog Star, rises at the same time as the sun, typically from early July to mid-August, thinking about how to keep cool becomes a priority. For some, keeping cool is as simple as adjusting a thermostat, thanks to the invention of modern air […]

Butler Returns to Cowley As Music Instructor



ARKANSAS CITY — Steve Butler, who spent more than 10 years at Cowley College as the director of piano and music theory, has been hired to return to the school as a music instructor. Butler previously served as a music instructor and head of Cowley College’s music theory department from 1999 to 2009. He also served as the lead piano […]


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